The Dragons next generation project has been given a major boost after the club confirmed Jayden Sullivan would remain at the club until the end of the 2025 season.
Sullivan has played six NRL games for the Dragons in the halves and at hooker, in partnership with emerging talent like Junior Amone, Tyrell Sloan and the Feagai brothers under coach Anthony Griffin.
As they look to the future, Dragons football manager Ben Haran said the club is building towards a bright future with Sullivan on board.
"Jayden's continued commitment to the Dragons beyond the upcoming 2022 season is something everyone connected to the club should be extremely pleased and proud of," Haran said.
"Jayden is a proven example of our pathways providing opportunities for players to progress through to the NRL level.
"We look forward to seeing him grow as a player over the coming years. He is a great young person to have around the club and he is another important part in the future of the Dragons."